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  • Plans Advance In Beacon Falls For World's Largest Fuel Cell Park

    Plans Advance In Beacon Falls For World's Largest Fuel Cell Park
    Developers have put forward plans to transform a gravel pit in Beacon Falls into the world's largest fuel cell park over the next three years. The project's lead, CT Energy & Technology, would develop and own the fuel cell park, which would be loaded...
  • Duke Energy buys stake in proposed natural gas pipeline

    Electric utility giant Duke Energy has purchased ownership stake in the proposed Sabal Trail natural gas pipeline. In a statement released Tuesday, Duke Energy announced it will invest about $225 million in the approximately 500-mile pipeline. The $3...
  • US trade deficit jumps to 6-year high of $51.4 billion

    The U.S. trade deficit in March swelled to the highest level in more than six years, propelled by a flood of imports that may have sapped the U.S. economy of any growth in the first quarter. The deficit rose to $51.4 billion, the largest trade gap...
  • Court halts stream crossings by natural gas pipeline in Baltimore County

    Court halts stream crossings by natural gas pipeline in Baltimore County
    A Baltimore County judge stopped completion — at least temporarily — of a 21-mile natural gas pipeline through northern Baltimore and Harford counties, declaring that state regulators failed to do enough to protect environmentally sensitive...
  • Study: Trace amount of drilling fluid found in water well

    Study: Trace amount of drilling fluid found in water well
    Toxic fluids used in drilling and hydraulic fracturing likely escaped an unlined bore hole and migrated thousands of feet into a residential drinking-water supply in Pennsylvania, according to a study published Monday. At least three water wells in...
  • Texas Legislature acts to stop cities from limiting drilling

    Texas moved Monday to ban its own cities from imposing prohibitions on hydraulic fracturing and other potentially environmentally harmful oil and natural gas drilling activities within their boundaries — a major victory for industry groups and top...
  • State set to drain Black Oak Bayou to expand waterfowl habitat

    State set to drain Black Oak Bayou to expand waterfowl habitat
    Plans to partially drain LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area's 240-acre Black Oak Bayou and convert it into a resting ground for waterfowl could be a boon for duck hunters, but the idea doesn't sit well with anglers and some local conservationists. Noting that...
  • French president visits Qatar, deepening ties to Gulf

    French President Francois Hollande, seeking to strengthen political and business ties with the energy-rich Gulf states, held talks with the ruler of Qatar on Monday at the start of a two-nation trip that includes a visit to neighboring Saudi Arabia....
  • Carolinas clear first proposals for offshore oil surveys

    State regulators in both Carolinas have signed off on proposals by companies to conduct seismic testing for oil and natural gas off the Atlantic coast, subject to some conditions. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control last...
  • 2016 Ford F-150 will offer propane, natural gas option

    DETROIT Ford was expected to announce Monday plans to offer the 2016 F-150 full-size pickup with a package that prepares it to be powered by propane or compressed natural gas, an option that appeals to fleet buyers. The announcement was set to be made in...
  • Yanking State Conservation Money Now Is Foolhardy

    Connecticut was once a pioneer in land conservation. No more. Indeed, regional New England conservation initiatives such as the Wildlands and Woodlands effort pay very little attention to Connecticut, presumably because we have been written off as a...